We look forward to making the process of choosing a location for your next investment as seamless as possible. The Clinton County Commissioners are your point of contact for identifying and touring sites in Clinton County. They can be contacted at 937.382.2103, email Commission@clintoncountyohio.us.
| Explore Available Properties
The Ohio InSite system provides access to a database of buildings and properties for sale and lease in Clinton County. Begin exploring available properties that suit your needs.
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Clinton County Board of Realtors
The Clinton County board of realtors includes more than 100 members representing 10 brokerages serving Clinton Clinton County. The Board of Realtors is ready to work with your business to navigate the real estate market and find the facility or property that meets the needs of your business.
| Industrial Sites/Business Districts
Wilmington Air Park
The Wilmington Air Park compasses over 1,900 acres with a fully functioning airport, as well as three million square feet of office, warehouse and hanger space. Both runways, (9,000’ and 10,701’) at the Wilmington Air Park have a CAT III instrument landing system which can accommodate full instrument approach for some of the largest aircraft made today. The Wilmington Air Park is home to airlines, maintenance and repair operations, as well as aerospace development.
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Community Improvement Corporation of Wilmington
The Community Improvement Corporation of Wilmington owns 150 acres adjacent to the Wilmington Air Park on Davids Drive and Olinger Circle. All available tracts are zoned industrial, have street frontage, and have access to all City of Wilmington utilities.
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Historic Main Street Wilmington
Main Street Wilmington works improve all aspects of the Historic Downtown Wilmington business district, producing both tangible and intangible benefits. Improving economic management, strengthening public participation, and making downtown a fun place to visit are as critical to Main Street’s future as recruiting new businesses, rehabilitating buildings, and expanding parking.
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